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The team doctor explains the details of Neymar’s recovery: “The response is very good.”  Brazilian team

The team doctor explains the details of Neymar’s recovery: “The response is very good.” Brazilian team

Neymar is injured and leaves the field on a stretcher

– Neymar is recovering very well. Yesterday (Sunday) I was with the player for a new post-operative evaluation, which was already scheduled. He’s recovering very well, of course, and it’s still in the initial stage. It’s a complicated injury, he tore a ligament and needs to be out of the ground for a while. Because of the accompanying injuries, he will undergo a long rehabilitation process, and he knows that. But she has been responding very well and we are satisfied.

Rodrigo Lasmar talks about Neymar’s recovery process

The relationship between doctor and patient is built on trust, friendship and respect. This is all part of a positive outcome. It is very important that you understand the serious injury you have suffered. He has had other injuries and conditions, and this was his third surgery. I participated in the other two stints, and they were shorter stints. This time is the more serious injury, and takes longer, so we need you to be very focused and committed to recovery. He added that she follows everything we suggest.

Neymar posted an upbeat message after surgery, on November 2 – Image: Reproduction/Instagram

Without Neymar for the first time since the arrival of Fernando Diniz, the Brazilian national team will face Colombia and Argentina in the final FIFA date of 2023. The first match will be against the Colombians away from home, in Barranquilla, on Thursday. Brazil and Argentina will meet on Tuesday at the Maracana Stadium.

See what the team’s roster of players in FIFA history looks like:

  • Goalkeepers: Alisson (Liverpool), Pinto (Atletico PR), Lucas Perry (Botafogo).
  • Aspects: Carlos Augusto (Inter Milan), Emerson Royal (Tottenham), Renan Lodi (Olympique Marseille).
  • Defenders: Bremer (Juventus), Gabriel Magalhaes (Arsenal), Marquinhos (Paris Saint-Germain), Nino (Fluminense).
  • Midfielders: Andre (Fluminense), Bruno Guimarães (Newcastle), Douglas Luiz (Aston Villa), Joelinton (Newcastle), Rafael Vega (Palmereis).
  • Attackers: Andrik (Palmereis), Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal), Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal), Paulinho (Atletico Madrid), Pepe (Porto), Rafinha (Barcelona), Rodrygo (Real Madrid), Vinny Junior (Real Madrid).
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